Science, Engineering and Food Science
Irish Plant Scientists' Association Meeting
IPSAM is the national meeting for all plant researchers, across the island of Ireland, showcasing the best of plant research and will see talks on a diverse range of topics including plant pathology, biodiversity, plant genetics, etc.
IPSAM is the national meeting for all plant scientists, across the island of Ireland, showcasing the best of plant research and will see talks on a diverse range of topics including the impact of climate change on plants; genetically-modified (GM) potato trials; and the biological control of plant pests and diseases. As well as a host of interesting research talks and poster presentations, the keynote address entitled "From Plant Disease to Magic Mushrooms", will be delivered by Prof Gary Foster of University of Bristol. Prof Foster, originally from Northern Ireland, is a molecular plant pathologist with a wide range of research interests. He is also President Elect of the British Society of Plant Pathology. This year, IPSAM will be hosted by the School of Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences (BEES) at University College Cork.
|Category:||Conferences: Science Engineering and Food Science|
|Location:||Western Gateway Building|
|Target Audience:||Registered Attendees|
|Admission Price: €||60/45|